Hawthorne Hills

Residential Lifestyle
Hawthorne Hills is a traditional neighborhood that has a more suburban feel in contrast to other Seattle neighborhoods. Its residents love its laid-back and stress-free atmosphere. Many students attending the University of Washington choose Hawthorne Hills as their home if they prefer the suburban lifestyle. The commute to class is a short ten-minute hop, so it is never a hassle to get to the university. The locals of Hawthorne Hill recommend Metropolitan Market Sand Point or PCC Community Markets for grocery shopping needs.

Even though Hawthorne Hill is not an urban atmosphere, there are plenty of choices for great cuisine and nightlife. Restaurants in the area include JuneBaby, Zouave Restaurant, Salare Restaurant, Amazing Thai Cuisine, and Wann Yen. Bars that are great for drinks with friends include The Atlantic Crossing, Pub At Third Place, Die Bierstube, RAM, and Monkey Pub. Hawthorne Hill is perfect for anyone who wants to enjoy a suburban lifestyle while being near enough to everything Seattle offers.
What Hawthorne Hills Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
7.0
value
6.0
amenities
6.0
social
5.0
management
8.0
Median rents in Hawthorne Hills
Studio
$
1,800
1 Bedroom
$
2,000
2 Bedroom
$
2,900

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Hawthorne Hills

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